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Author Topic: Intel 'Gemini Lake' Pentium Silver and Celeron CPUs now official, come with support for Gigabit WiFi  (Read 1149 times)

Redaktion

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Intel has officially announced the launch of 'Gemini Lake' CPUs in Pentium Silver and Celeron variants. 'Gemini Lake' succeeds 'Apollo Lake' and comes with support for Gigabit WiFi, Adaptive Contrast Enhancement, and improved graphics capabilities.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-Gemini-Lake-Pentium-Silver-and-Celeron-CPUs-now-official-come-with-support-for-Gigabit-WiFi.270934.0.html

Tomm

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June Canyon NUC in 2018, wait for it :D

J5005

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What is the actual difference of 5000 and N4100? Don't tell me it's only clock speed and iGPU and with only those differences, they differentiate the model so far (5xxx vs 4xxx)?

Vaidyanathan

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June Canyon NUC in 2018, wait for it :D

J5005

Makes for a good HTPC. :)

Vaidyanathan

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What is the actual difference of 5000 and N4100? Don't tell me it's only clock speed and iGPU and with only those differences, they differentiate the model so far (5xxx vs 4xxx)?

That and TDP. Pentiums have a TDP limit of 10W while Celeron's have up to 6W. It's becoming really difficult to comprehend Intel's naming scheme, though. One possibility is that they could have wanted to properly differentiate the Pentium and Celeron for marketing purposes despite both having more or less similar features.

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the CPU cores where slightly reworked (4-wide pipeline instead of 3-wide https://patchwork.kernel.org/patch/9836747/), display outputs now Gen 10 (no detailed information on that yet, but should be native HDMI 2.0) and also the partly integrated Wifi chip that wont use a USB or PCIe lane.
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